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One of Cambridge University's notorious drinking societies has reintroduced jelly wrestling to it's end of exam celebrations. A controversial student event where bikini-cad girls writhe around in paddling pool is to return despite fierce opposition. Jelly wrestling, which caused uproar at Cambridge University, is being reintroduced for this year's post-exam celebrations.
Dressed demurely in black leggings and unflattering baggy t-shirts, rather than their trademark low-cut bikini tops, WWE superstars Natalya and Lacey Evans starred in the first ever women's wrestling match in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, the latest unlikely event in the kingdom as it attempts to shrug off an ultra-conservative image. As they arrived in the ring, with their flowing blonde hair uncovered, three teenagers laughed out loud having earlier in the evening been entranced by the spectacle served up by male, shirtless fighters. Saudi Arabia is boosting entertainment that allows citizens to have fun, in what some see as an attempt to blunt public frustration over an economic downturn and high youth unemployment.
Some of the images featured on the WWE. The latter two images were taken from photo galleries on the site of a bikini-clad Lana, Maryse, Naomi and Emma. I chuckled when I read it, but then it struck me that she had a valid point.
It had the same intensity and was met with the same crowd enthusiasm as any of the matches that night featuring men. But is this a permanent revolution or the latest marketing tactic of a billion-dollar entertainment company? The WWE has had a varying relationship with its women wrestlers since its inception.
So farewell then, Cambridge's end-of-term annual jelly wrestling competition. A sport I didn't even know existed, as it has neither a dedicated Sky channel nor is in consideration for the next Olympics. Some articles describing this as 'an end of exams tradition' surely must have tongue firmly in cheek - commercially available pre flavoured jelly wasn't available in the UK until the s, and one rather doubts Victorian ladies were going up to Cambridge to partake of the 'tradition'.
By Chris Pleasance for MailOnline. Saudi Arabia has hosted its first ever female wrestling match - but one of the fighters was treated to a less-than-warm welcome in Riyadh. She and rival Lacey Evans were also forced to swap their typical shorts and bikini tops for unflattering black rubber suits and baggy T-shirts to comply with strict modesty laws for women in the Arabic kingdom.
Brooke Nichole Adams  born December 4, is an American model and professional wrestlerbest known by the ring names Miss Tessmacher and Brooke Tessmacher. Adams was born in St. Louis, Missouriand moved to Houston, Texas at the age of 7. For a time, Adams and her family lived out of her mother's Daytona hatchback until they had enough money to afford an apartment.